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2020-21 Italian Serie A
9-11 January 2021
ACF Fiorentina will play host to Cagliari Calcio at the Stadio Artemio Franchi on January 10.
The two teams are set to meet for the 43rd time across all competitions since 1994.
Fiorentina hold the upper hand having registered 20 victories compared to Cagliari's 12 wins, while 10 matches ended in a draw.
Their last meeting in the league was on 8 July 2020 and the match ended in a 0-0 draw at the Stadio Artemio Franchi.
Meanwhile, nine-time Italian champions Genoa CFC will lock horns with Bologna FC at the Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris on January 9.
This will be the 25th competitive meeting between the two teams since 2006.
Bologna have the edge as they have recorded nine wins compared to Cagliari's eight victories, while seven games ended in a draw.
The last match between the two teams in the league was on 15 February 2020 and Genoa claimed a 3-0 victory in a game which was played at Stadio Renato Dall'Ara.
Elsewhere, Hellas Verona will square off with Crotone FC at the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi on January 10.
The two teams are set to clash for the 16th time in a competitive game since 2004.
Verona have the upper hand in this fixture, having registered five wins compared to Crotone's three victories, while seven games ended in a stalemate.
Their last meeting in the league was on 10 February 2019 and the game ended in a 1-1 draw at the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi.
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Spezia Calcio will welcome former Serie A champions UC Sampdoria to the Stadio Alberto Picco on January 11.
This will be the first-ever competitive match between the two teams and this is also Spezia's maiden season in the elite league.
Emmanuel Gyasi, the Spezia striker, reflected on their season thus far and he feels that the team is on the right track having ended 2020 a place above the relegation zone.
"In these four days we will have to rest, recharge our batteries and go back to training with determination," Gyasi said.
"At the resumption, we will try to snatch the first three points in our stadium. We will play for salvation until the end, this first phase of the season has not gone bad at all.
"We are out of the relegation zone and therefore it means that something good has been done so far. "
Matchday 17 Fixtures
Saturday, January 9
16h00 - Benevento vs Atalanta
19h00 - Genoa vs Bologna
21h45 - AC Milan vs Torino
Sunday, January 10
13h30 - AS Roma vs Inter Milan
16h00 - Parma vs Lazio
16h00 - Hellas Verona vs Crotone
16h00 - Udinese vs Napoli
19h00 - Fiorentina vs Cagliari
21h45 - Juventus vs Sassuolo
Monday, January 11
21h45 - Spezia vs Sampdoria
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